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Hannah is a lecturer in the Department of Banking and Finance.
Hannah completed her PhD at the University of Queensland in 2015. Prior to that, she did her Master of Business Research in Finance at the University of Adelaide and was awarded the Executive Dean's Award for Outstanding Academic Achievement twice. She was also awarded the University Medal for her Undergraduate study.
Hannah has taught in the areas of Financial Management, Derivatives, Credit analysis and Financial Institutions Management. Her research focuses on financial institutions and empirical asset pricing, in particular, the applications of state preference approach to jump risk and value at risk. Her papers have been presented domestically and internationally, one of which was awarded with the prize for the paper with the most potential at the 6th International Accounting and Finance Doctor Symposium.
Hannah Nguyen (Recipient), 2017
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